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From Domenico di Girolamo <>
Subject RE: JSP reloading
Date Wed, 13 Sep 2000 09:29:09 GMT
I'm using Tomcat 3.1, IE5, Linux RH 6.0 and Apache 1.3.12.
I've installed Tomcat 3.1 source distribution and then compiled it into binary.
Documentation explain how to enable Servlet reloading,
but anything about JSP reloading (Is it a default feature ?).
What can I do ? 

Original message from: Dennis Huang
>I am using Tomcat3.1 and IE5. I have no problem with reloading jsp and
>servlet files. What version of Tomcat you are using?
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Domenico di Girolamo []
>Sent: Wednesday, September 13, 2000 4:49 AM
>Subject: RE: JSP reloading
>I am sure that the problem is not browser's cache. 
>I have cleaned up cache before testing. 
>In fact i have written that when I stop Tomcat, i do not 
>get "my.jsp". 
>I think, like you, that would be a bad behave if it is necessary to clean up
>compiled class in the work directory every time i modify jsp. 
>(I have cleaned up classes in the work directory and the problem has been
>Domenico di Girolamo 
>Original message from: Thomas Hagedorn 
>>this would be a very bad behave if it is necessary to clean up and 
>>restart Tomcat every time I modify my jsp. 
>>But it isn't so! The problem is that your browser caches the page, so 
>>you have to enforce the browser to reload (with on 
>>netscape, IE don't know). ANother good idea (for the future) may be to 
>>add the pragma 'no-cache' in the header of the html-output or setting 
>>expiredate to a date in the past. 
>>hope this helps 
>>Am Die, 12 Sep 2000 schrieben Sie: 
>>> Hi 
>>> > -----Original Message----- 
>>> > From: Domenico di Girolamo [] 
>>> > Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2000 5:55 PM 
>>> > To: 
>>> > Subject: JSP reloading 
>>> > 
>>> > I have a problem with JSP reloading. 
>>> > If I modify "my.jsp" I get the old "my.jsp" results. 
>>> > Then I have deleted the "my.jsp", but Tomcat continue to response me 
>>> > "my.jsp". 
>>> > Tomcat continue to response me "my.jsp" also if i reboot Server and
>>> > PCs. 
>>> > If I stop Tomcat the client PC don not get "my.jsp". 
>>> > Who can help me to resolve this problem ? 
>>> [Kitching Simon] 
>>> JSP files get turned into .class files that are put into the 
>>> $TOMCAT_HOME/work directory. 
>>> I guess that you are being served from that class file, so try 
>>> stopping tomcat, deleting all 
>>> files in the work directory, then restarting the system. 
>>> > Thanks in advance. 
>>> > Domenico di Girolamo 

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